About Naumann Consulting
Sage Naumann, Proprietor
Sage Naumann is a political professional, political designer, conservative commentator, web consultant, amateur film photographer, vintage enthusiast, and video gamer.
Raised in Carlsbad, California, Sage and his wife, Sara, moved to Colorado in 2017. They own an adorable 1919 Craftsman bungalow in historical Brighton. During the day, Sage works as the Communications Director for the Senate Republican Caucus at Colorado State Capitol.
Sage is completely self-taught, and proud of it. He has extensive expertise in graphic, print, and web design, digital consulting, and social media management. He has worked with businesses, political campaigns, and nonprofit organizations to help them reach their goals.
Previously, Sage served as the Digital Manager, Digital Director, Deputy Executive Director, and finally Executive Director of the Republican Party of San Diego County from 2015 to 2017. Sage has also been a board member of the North County Republican Coalition, alongside a Delegate to the California Republican Party Convention and a Delegate to the Young Republican National Federation Convention.
Also involved in his community, Sage currently serves as a Commissioner on the City of Brighton’s Historical Preservation Commission. He has previously been a board member of the Carlsbad Fire Department Foundation and a member of the City of Carlsbad Beach Preservation Committee.
One of Sage’s greatest sources of inspiration is his brother, Dylan, who was born with cerebral palsy. Through personal experience with different special education programs in different districts, Sage has continually advocated for the rights and resources for those who are special needs at every level of government. Sage is also passionate about substance abuse and addiction programs, as both his parents are alcoholics. Sage’s mother, Tamara, passed away from the disease in 2015 at just 44 years old, while his father now has over 14 years of sobriety. You can read more about his mother’s struggle here.
If you have any interest (few do), you can also read some of Sage’s recent political musings:
- “As conservatives and liberals, we must give the governor – and the president – a chance” – The Denver Post
- “In Colorado, Democrats made their decision” – Washington Examiner
- “The Dinner Table: An Observation of American Discourse” – Medium
- “Colorado’s economic success doesn’t need a nudge from the guv” – Colorado Politics
- “Who fought for teacher pay during the 2019 session?” – Colorado Independent
- “Beware the Red Scare” – Medium
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If I had permitted my failures, or what seemed to me at the time a lack of success, to discourage me I cannot see any way in which I would ever have made progress.
PRESIDENT CALVIN COOLIDGE